10. Creating Page Layouts Using CSS-P

What You’ll Do

Introduce CSS Layouts and AP Elements

Create AP Elements

Nest AP Elements

Set AP Element Preferences

Use CSS Positioning

Apply a CSS-P Style

Modify CSS-P Properties

Work with AP Elements

Create a Rollover Using AP Elements

Convert AP Elements to Tables

Animate AP Elements Using the Timeline

Introduction

Cascading Style Sheets-Positioning (CSS-P) is more than the perfect positioning of words and objects on a Web page, in addition, layers technology lets you create movable containers (called AP elements, formally known as layers) that allow you to precisely position Web text and objects, even going so far as to stack one AP element on top of another, or to use JavaScript to show or hide ...

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